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Millions Still Without Sense of Smell or Taste After Covid-19

Summary by Ground News
Still struggling with your sense of smell after a bout with Covid-19? You’re far from alone. About 5% of patients with confirmed cases of Covid-19 — some 27 million people worldwide — are estimated to have suffered a long-lasting loss of smell or taste, a new analysis suggests.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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Times of IndiaTimes of India

Covid: Long-term loss of smell, taste likely in 5% patients post recovery, says study

India News: MUMBAI: The loss of smell and taste due to Covid-19 could be a persistent problem for about 5% of the recovered patients or 27 million people across t.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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The GuardianThe Guardian

Covid study finds millions have long-term smell or taste problems

Researchers say about 5% of infected adults may develop long-lasting changes to sense of smell or taste

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The IndependentThe Independent

One in 20 Covid patients suffer long-term smell or taste issues – study

Researchers warn this means millions of people could be affected around the world.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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IBTimesIBTimes

27 Million People Worldwide Could Suffer Lasting Loss Of Taste, Smell From COVID-19

Individuals who experience dysfunction with their taste and smell can experience anorexia, food aversions, malnutrition, anxiety and depression, among other things, according to a study.

2 months ago·United States
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Sky NewsSky News

COVID-19: Millions could suffer from long-term smell or taste problems after coronavirus infection, study says

The survey analysed data from 18 studies and found that one in 20 people may suffer from problems in their taste and smell at least six months after testing positive for coronavirus.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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PeoplePeople

27 Million People Estimated to Have Suffered Long-Term Loss of Smell or Taste from COVID

'Having these now millions more people worldwide with decreased ability to smell ... may simply be a new public health crisis,' says a Stanford rhinologist

2 months ago·United States
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